Writer: Dan Abnett
Artist: Brett Booth
Being that the main theme of 'Titans' is friendship, here is how I would pitch this issue to a friend: "Dude, that book was awesome! It was all about Wally right after 'Rebirth.' He meets the other Titans, and cuts right to the chase without dragging it on forever."
Covers by Brett Booth and Mike Choi
"It was pretty cool because it had flashbacks of Wally hanging out with each one of them, you know, classic Titans; but the best part was definitely when Dick remembered Wally, it was like the final episode of 'Lost' when they were recovering their memories one at a time. The art was amazing! Booth, Rapmund, and Dalhouse can do no wrong, man; there is this double spread of the team surrounding Wally, and it's sweet... finally all of them together after like a million years."
The Titans by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, Andrew Dalhouse
"I bet you, 'Titans' can easily become DC's flagship title if they do it the right way. A lot of people like the Teen Titans, and the JLA obviously is great, but the grown-up Titans rock it, because they are right at that age where you are like half-serious and half-silly, so they can write all sorts of stories with them. I can't wait for the next issue, but you have to check this one out, though!"